Clark Street-Brooklyn Heights
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Clark Street-Brooklyn Heights is a deep level tunnel station located in what is known as the Clark Street Tubes, the tunnel that brings to 2,3 and the IRT West Side Line between Manhattan and Brooklyn, the station has a single island platform for the two tracked line through the tunnel. The track walls are curved giving the feeling of a tunnel and have extremely hard to see due to poor lighting on the track walls name tablets that say Clark Street-Brooklyn Heights, and extremely hard to see mosaics of sailing ships within the trim-line. Along each track is a line of green columns. The station is one of three on the entire subway system that are only accessible by elevators (the other two are 168 Street and 181 Street on the 1 train in hilly Washington Heights), two staircases lead up from the station platform to a passageway of decent length that leads to the lower elevator landing where three elevators lead up to an upper level that is located at street level, where a bank of turnstiles and token booth is, in the middle of a small shopping arcade beneath the St. George Hotel. The station's two entrances, one along Clark Street and one along Henry Street have awnings on them that say St. George Hotel.

Art For Transit at Clark Street-Brooklyn Hieghts Arts For Transit at Clark Street-Brooklyn Heighrts
Clark Street Passage, 1987
Marble Terrazo Floor Work
By Roy Ring
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(clarkn21) Looking down the narrow, deep tunnel island platform at Clark Street towards one of the station's exits.
2 January, 2009
(clarkn22) Looking across one of the tracks at a Clark Street-Brooklyn Heights mosaic and a representation of a boat, since Clark Street is near Fulton Ferry in the station's trim line.
2 January, 2009
(clarkn23) A close up of a Clark Street Column sign on a green platform column.
2 January, 2009
(clarkn24) Approaching one of the two staircases that take up almost the entire width of the platform up to the lower mezzanine passageway that lead to the elevators up to street level at Clark Street.
2 January, 2009
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(clarkn25) Looking down the long passageway that connects the elevators to the station platform at Clark Street.
2 January, 2009
(clarkn26) Looking back down the passageway of a decent length that connects the elevators to the station platform at Clark Street towards the pair of staircases that lead down to the platform.
2 January, 2009
(clarkn27) A train times sign on the Manhattan & the Bronx track that is at almost at an angle at Clark Street, the service sign for the 3 has been replaced recently since it now runs during late nights only as far south as 42 Street instead of being replaced by buses.
18 June, 2009
(clarkn28) Another view from the platform looking out at a track at Clark Street towards one of the platform name tablets and the trim line that represents boats.
18 June, 2009
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(clarkn29) Approaching the top of one of the two staircases up from the platform to the passageway to the elevators at Clark Street.
18 June, 2009
(clarkn210) Looking down the passageway towards the three elevators for the exit to Clark Street & Henry Street/St George Hotel.
18 June, 2009
(clarkn211) Inside an elevator at Clark Street going up to the street.
18 June, 2009
(clarkn212) On the street level fare control area within fare control in the narrow area between the turnstiles and elevators at Clark Street.
18 June, 2009
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(clarkn213) Looking by a newsstand and Han's Market towards the token booth in the shopping arcade that surrounds the entrance to Clark Street.
18 June, 2009
(clarkn214) An exterior view of the four doors that lead into the Clark Street Station.
18 June, 2009
(clarkn215) Approaching the station entrance in the nearly closed shopping arcade
1 November, 2012
(clarkn216) There are no trains at the station due to the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy
1 November, 2012
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(clarkn217) The barricaded off turnstiles at Clark Street
1 November, 2012
(clarkn218) The subway exit signs at each end of the shopping arcade
1 November, 2012
(clarkn219) The lower landing of one of the platform elevators
14 November, 2012
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